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Yes. Early voting in person may be done no later than 5 p.m. on the Friday preceding the election at the Recorder’s Office. You may also request that an Early Ballot be delivered by mail to your residence or P.O. Box.
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You can drop off your ballot at any Vote Center / Polling Place in the county, at the Recorder’s Office or in the Early Ballot Drop box located in the parking lot at the:
Graham County General Services Building921 Thatcher BoulevardSafford, AZ 85546
Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on election day. Visit our How To Return Your Early Ballot Page to view photos of the drop box and its location.
Important note: Requests can be taken from 93 days through 11 days prior to an election. (We start mailing ballots 26 days prior to the election). If you will be out of town, you may request that an Early Ballot be mailed to the address where you may be staying.
Note: Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day.
The Active Early Voting List allows the voter who is registered to receive ballots by mail for each election.
Prior to each election you will receive a 90-day notice in the mail to verify your mailing address. If your information is correct, you can disregard the letter and your ballot will then be automatically mailed to you on the date specified on the letter. To sign up for the Active Early Voting List (PDF) you must provide your signature and make the request in writing or call the Graham County Recorder’s Office at 928-428-3560 and we can mail you the form.
Yes. However, there are procedures set forth by the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) just for overseas and military voters. For more information on the FVAP you may contact your local federal voting assistance officer or the FVAP time line.